Thank you to the participants of the 2013 Summit!
The Summit is being led through the
Photos and Notes from the event and Laura Breeden’s Keynote are now posted on the site.
The Digital Inclusion Summit convened more than 100 people from the public, non-profit and private sectors to exchange best
practices and trends in the field of work that includes digital and online information literacy, broadband adoption, and public
access to information technology. The Summit provided a forum to share policy, curriculum research, and other resources, and
to promote digital inclusion efforts and needs in Washington State. In short, this was a unique gathering of people on the forefront
of working to ensure that all residents are able to benefit from broadband development in our state. The conference attendees
represented a wide range of technology educators, librarians, program staff and volunteers, community leaders,
researchers, developers, advocates, funders, and policymakers.
For more information about the Summit or Communities Connect Network please contact:
Amy Hirotaka, Outreach Coordinator